Welcome To Greenheads and Labs

Welcome to the Arkansas Delta. We are located on the Southern end of the Grand Prairie, only 30 minutes southeast of Stuttgart. Large numbers of Mallards winter in our area, right here along the Bayou Meto and White River flyways deep in the heart of the Mississippi flyway. When the temperature drops and the leaves start to fall, the winter rains soon fill the bottoms, and you know the flocks of Mallards are on their way. You are invited to share a morning with us and see for yourself as big groups of Greenheads drop through the treetops. You’ll soon know why the Grand Prairie is known as the “Duck Capitol of the World”.




About Our Hunts

Our guided duck hunts take place in flooded green timber and oxbow lakes in the Grand Prairie region of Arkansas in the most sought after flyway near Stuttgart...the Bayou Meto flyway. The property borders the Arkansas Game and Fish Commissions world renowned Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area. Located on the east bank of Bayou Meto less than one half mile from Wrape Plantation, one of the largest waterfowl rest areas in the state at 712 acres. This unique property has diverse habitat ranging from upland cover, bayous, flooded cypress, a 35 acre oxbow lake and of course greentree impoundments all accessible by boat.

All hunts are morning hunts over decoys with trained retrievers and experienced guides. We hunt standing in flooded timber and oxbow lakes. Some holes have blinds for a more convenient hunting experience. A hunting group size of four hunters is required. We offer affordable hunts with lodging for up to twenty two hunters.

We have two hunting lodges for sleeping arrangements adjacent to the main duck hunting lodge where you will enjoy great southern cooking! After dinner enjoy a few hunting tales by the fire pit or relax in your cabin.

In the mornings a continental breakfast is provided. Hunting parties will depart between 5:00 and 6:00 am for the woods. Hunts can last until 10:30 AM if the group limit hasn’t been fulfilled. Mallards love to come to the timber late morning on sunny days.

Our woods are leveed up classic flooded green timber. Much work goes into the maintenance and care of the ecosystem. We manage year around for sustainable season long success.



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2020-2021 Arkansas Duck Season:

  • November 21-November 30, 2020
  • December 11-23, 2020
  • December 26, 2020 -January 31, 2021

Hunting Hours & Regulations

Shooting Hours: 30 minutes before sunrise till sunset.

The 2020-2021 duck bag limits are six ducks consisting of no more than:

  • 4 mallards (2 hens)
  • 3 wood ducks
  • 1 pintail
  • 2 redheads
  • 2 black ducks
  • 2 canvasback
  • 1 mottled duck (All other species six ducks).

** Federal regulations allow for a possession limit of three times the daily bag limit.**

Arkansas Hunting License Requirements

Arkansas Residents:

  • Resident Sportman (RS) – Or
  • Resident Conservation – $10.50
  • (HNT)
  • AR State Duck Stamp (DSR) – $7.00

Non-Residents:

  • 5-Day Small Games (SG5)- $70.00 Or
  • Annual Small Game – $110.00
  • (NHR)
  • AR State Duck Stamp (DSN) – $35.00